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go under. >>guest: it is impossible. >>neil: charlie gasparino, thank you. >> in the meantime, for now, we are grateful that g.e. cap dallas and a.i.g. are not tanking just yet just as we are thankful the economic numbers are not soaring. the last few years that has been the drill: celebrateing today with spending numbers that remain not off the charts but they had us off the map. and a shrug to the latest g.d.p. news. it russia returning. but there is still a plus sign. steve moore has had enough. the best selling author says we should not be settling for recovery that is, a muddling. but we do, don't we? that is the dynamic. >>guest: i agree. one of the things that is disappointing about the election, i like the way that president obama ran four years ago when he ran on hope and change. now what he is running on is, this is the best we can do, america. we contrasted that, by the way, in our editorial this morning, with john f. kennedy in 1960 running against the eisenhower and nixon economy. at that time the economy was growing 2.5 to 3 percent and john f. kennedy famously s
earlier. >> she works for the provost. [laughter] >> charlie is always asking me for money and i never give it to him. [laughter] they wanted me to start first because i'm going to talk about law and i'm going to bore you for five minutes. but they only gave me five minutes because of that. there are two ideas i want to put forward here. in some ways, i think going to get to a point further and sandra did. and going to talk about the constitutional issue of privacy and and i want to talk about how the constitution resolve the struggle between freedom of religion and the right of government to regulate society, even when such regulations may interfere with religious doctrines because those are two points are important here. there was a time in this country before 1965 when it was ok for a state to outlaw the use of contraception by married couples. several states had them for ye they were lingering on the books for years and finally, the supreme court in a case called griswold vs. connecticut said it was unconstitutional to prohibit married people from using contraception in the privacy
the internals were on the ism. i talked to charlie evans this morning. he was one of the advocates of what we're calling the q.e. infinity program, the idea of keeping your foot on the accelerator, the central bank keeping its foot on the accelerator as long as employment remained above 7%. just a little background, the fed did not go with evans' specific proposal but did create an open-ended quantitative easing. so i asked him, how open-ended is it? what happens at the end of this year when operation twist ends? what happens to additions to the balance sheet? here's what he said. >> i frankly think it's going to take almost a year in order to see the type of improvement in labor markets that i'm expecting, just getting through the first half of next year with the headwinds that we're facing. i think that it's probably later in 2013 that we would get there. so in my opinion, we'd continue with those asset purchases until we see payroll employment more like 200,000, 250,000. >> continue at $85 billion into all of 2013? >> this is my recommendation. >> it's important to parse it just a little b
term investors, cash and treasuries are dead money for a long time to come. that's what charlie evans basically told us yesterday. that's the message. you need to be looking for those high yield, high growth areas. >> mathematics of bonds just aren't there. >> we're at a search for yield. we're in a search for yield. gentlemen, thank you very much. talk with you soon. we appreciate your time tonight. we'll see you, guys. the federal reserve may have fueled a third quarter rally for sure, but the central bank's easing did have some unintended consequences. >> maria, while the market rallies, capital markets activities still lagged for much of the third quarter, according to final numbers. global m&a activity down. while that might not seem like a huge slide, it is when you know it was bolstered by aig's jumbo $20 billion secondary stock sale in august that comprised a third of the year's activity. the number of ipos is also down. cut more than in half from the same period last year. what the fed has done is juiced the high yield market, driving a record buying spree for junk bond at yi
cain, former senator tom daschle and former governor bill richardson, charlie crist and tom ridge. [applause] >> we all breathe the same error. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome the chairman of the institute and the holder of the governor down major professor of state and global policy of the u.s. see governor arnold schwarzenegger. [applause] >> thank very much for the fantastic introduction. it's exactly the way i wrote. [laughter] thank you very much for your partnership. one thing i want to correct is that i did not win miss universe bikinis, waxing, all of those things, i did not win that competition. no, it's miss universe. anyway i want to say i am about being in partnership with usc and from the beginning to the strong in his creativity and vision. his extraordinary vision and commitment to usc and to the shore is a maker institute is unmatched. to be honest with you it is the only one that speaks the accent. it's the big advantage we have so looking for to appearing together over and over. all over the world and leaving the audience scratching their head what the hell did i just
i think that is telling. i was with charlie cook last night. one of the prognosticators around here. charlie famously set some time back that if president obama is reelected it will be despite the economy. if governor romney gets elected it will be despite his campaign. and i think that is playing out right now, and that the part of it is this 50 percent attitude. i think the other thing, governor romney, i think he grew up in a privileged environment. just like i want to give my daughter all that i can. his father wanted to do the same. became, you know, was somewhat isolated with the schools. i think sort of thinking along the way. and i think he also, his parents instill upon them that because of those privileges he had a responsibility. and that is, what you might say, class and the responsibility to give back and to, you know, to be a leader. and so i think he wants to be president because he wants to make good decisions. he once said, with the circumstances as the ambassador said, he wants to reorganize the government so that it's efficient. but unlike bill clinton who could t
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equilibrium model and see if, perhaps, we can do with a 31-inch yard. that's what charlie evans is saying, in effect, they are seeing into the future, they say, and improving the future, but before it can come to pass. d tt succeeding. >> i think 34 -- if you're going to measure a yardstick in another realm, it is 34.3, isn't it? >> no, it's 36. >> it's relativity. length contraction time -- >> that's part of the problem. that's part of the problem. >> you've heard of length contraction and time dilation, right? >> we should talk in simple terms, joe. >> not general relativity. but einstein made a fortune in physics. so you're saying that -- i mean at 8%, you're not feeling the pain of all these people that are out of work. and we've got no fiscal solutions, we've got a deadlocked congress, congress can't do anything, they're the only game in town. that's got to help. >> empathy is not the way forward. the way forward is to think through the problem. >> it is staggering that they think they need to make -- >> they have an atlas complex, which is not helping. >> they should be shrugging. >
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